Ray Anyasi is the author of several books which include; Ujasiri, Bloodline and This Town: a postcard of terror. His writing influence is majorly the extraordinary stories of ordinary people who have to confront monstrous challenges they do not orchestrate, yet must overcome.
He is also a poet and has published a poetry collection, "Lines of Thoughts", that includes the acclaimed Ogbanje. Anyasi has contributed articles severally to The Guardian Express and continues to partake in the global conversations that concerns political and social developments; his book, How to Terrorize Terrorism is one of such contributions.
Fresh out of the University, Anyasi published his first book, A Poll of Vampires, a political crime thriller. Since then he has published over twenty titles. Anyasi is also a certified Copywriter and Content Developer. He currently works for Naphtali Publishers as Director of Publishing. His current hobbies are tending a backyard vegetable garden and engaging fans of his craft on social media.
In 2010, Joseph Dahr, a middle aged ex-soldier attempts to rescue from the LRA his wife and son who are abducted from his eastern DR Congo village, all he has is a rusty rifle he can use and an old friend he can trust.
Dahr believes Rosa and Joe Junior would not have been abducted had he taken them to Kinshasa as Rosa had begged him to. He would hence, not forgive himself unless he brings them home by any means. He summarized his mission in a dialogue with Hussein thus, “I am not an idiot. I know the dangers in what I am about to do, but it is the only way I can live with myself.” He relies upon Hussein, an American spy, to arm him with all the details on the LRA’s mode of operation. Hussein on his own has what he thinks is a perfect plan to finish Kony but believes his superiors in the Pentagon would not buy it. He decides teaming up with Dahr is the way forward.
Along the road of gathering intelligence and materials for his big showdown with the LRA, Dahr meets and inspires several other men who equally have personal reasons to take a fight to the LRA. Consequently, the burden of leading an army of distraught men while keeping his eyes on the goal now has to be added to his many troubles.
Broken Cloud: the first sunrise
Prince Ikan is Heir Apparent Prince of the kingdom of Iluji where the sun does not shine. To make the spell of darkness go away, kings traditionally offer slave girls in a 'grand sacrifice' to the gods of the land.
By the bank of the river called King's Flow, Ikan meets Sarie, a slave girl and could not resist her charm. Any romantic relationship between them is a taboo punished by hanging the slave girl but the Prince and the slave would hope the darkness will hide them and he swears to protect her with his life.
When a prophecy comes from the gods that Ikan will be the prince to bring sunlight to Iluji, he finds himself in a deathly dilemma. He must sacrifice Sarie to the gods or see the darkness continue forever and the dynasty's collapse.
How To Terrorize Terrorism: an effective answer to global terror
In a world evidently overwhelmed by constant threats from terrorist organizations, a workable and enduring strategy is desperately needful to contain the terrorists. From NATO to Homeland Security, efforts seem to be inadequate. In this book, Anyasi lays down a workable plan to that end.
How To Befriend The Holy Spirit
By the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Anyasi who has been a bible study teacher for over ten years guides the reader in an exposition of the person of God's Spirit.
In this book you will find satisfying answers to questions like; Who is the Holy Spirit? What is His mission? How can I enjoy a fantastic relationship with Him? And lots more.